Post by Greg Stamper on Dec 11, 2016 2:09:27 GMT -5
Published on Nov 14, 2016
On November 18, 1967, one of Kentucky’s most scenic and treasured wilderness areas was poised to become Red River Lake. The pivotal visit by U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas placed the local controversy into the national spotlight. Covered by CBS News, TIME Magazine and others, the battle endured for years between environmental factions, dam proponents, as well as state and federal officials ... with Powell County flood control in the balance. Today, this chapter of Red River Gorge and Kentucky’s natural history is largely forgotten, but is retold by the voices that made it happen.
Produced by the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife, Charlie Baglan. The program features: Oscar Geralds and Carroll Tichenor -Sierra Club, Governor Julian Carroll, Dr. Bill Martin - Eastern Kentucky University, Judge Sara Combs - widow of Governor Bert T. Combs, Cory Graham - Powell County Flood Plane Coordinator, climbers, backpackers, visitors to The Red at Miguel's Pizza, and Tim Eling - Daniel Boone National Forest.
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Nov 5, 2013 8:37:57 GMT -5
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Nov 5, 2013 8:40:21 GMT -5
jameskay: im new to this ...I love the gorge ... I have heard of a place called leukeegee (spelling maybe wrong )has anyone heard of it and if so how to get to it ...
Mar 9, 2016 9:50:56 GMT -5
Garmin mapping GPS map of RRG: The link on the Home Page to the Garmin GPS map file is broken. Does anyone have this file? Please contact Rich at RRRRLEWIS@GMAIL.COM Many thanks!
Mar 17, 2016 15:54:29 GMT -5